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Cornerstones of Financial Accounting
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Long-term Liabilities. 100C

Liabilities: Liabilities are the obligation of the business or amount payable by the business. Liabilities can current or long term. Current liabilities are liabilities payable within the short term or business cycle of the company, for example Accounts payable for purchases and utilities payable. Long term liabilities are liabilities payable in a long period/ years, for example long term loan. To discuss: The validity of proposal to transfer the existing company’s loan to a special purpose entity.

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Chapter 9, Problem 100C
To determine

Concept introduction:

Liabilities:

Liabilities are the obligation of the business or amount payable by the business. Liabilities can current or long term. Current liabilities are liabilities payable within the short term or business cycle of the company, for example Accounts payable for purchases and utilities payable. Long term liabilities are liabilities payable in a long period/ years, for example long term loan.

To discuss:

The validity of proposal to transfer the existing company’s loan to a special purpose entity.

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